Mr Walter Long

Former MP for Westminster St George's

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Mr Walter Long is a former MP for Westminster St George's.

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Former MP for Westminster St George's

Entered the House of Commons on 31 March 1880 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 24 May 1921 — unknown

Also represented Strand; Dublin South; Bristol South; Liverpool, West Derby; Devizes; Wiltshire Northern

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Recent appearances

  • Russia and Poland.: Statement by Prime Minister. 10 Aug 1920

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  • Russia and Poland.: Statement by Prime Minister. 10 Aug 1920

    I make no complaint of the fact that the hon. Member spoke in my absence, although he will forgive me for saying that his search for me cannot have been of a very industrious nature as I have been either in my place on this Bench, or in my room, or in the room of the Leader of the House, where I was attending a meeting of my colleagues; so that I could have been easily found. I make no...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Black Sea (Hospital Ships). 14 Jul 1920

    His Majesty's seaplane-carrier "Ark Royal" was used on one occasion for carrying refugees who were typhus cases in the Black Sea. She was disinfected immediately afterwards. There were sixteen cases of typhus fever among the crew in the "Ark Royal," of whom eight were landed at Batoum on the 14th May last, five more landed and sent to the 82nd General Hospital, Constantinople, on the 17th...

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